Domaine De Barres
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Well, woke up with a good head and Jayne is ok too, pouring with rain though and as usual we are the last to break cover. Opened the marmalade and oo la la, its a chunky orange & mandarin and it's absolutely lovely. Set off about 10.30ish and found our way very easily out of Florac which has been a very nice stay indeed. We are not down the bottom of the mountain range yet and Pierre came into his own again with the ...
... through the hole with him and a cloth. Meanwhile another van (Dutch) turned up and parked in the next space but one. You can only imagine what they thought? A crazy English man blue bowl and washing the roof of the van through a skylight! The solar panel is flat by the way, so they would be able to see it. So when I returned we thought it best to go for a walk after a quick cuppa, although the Dutch couple had the better idea they were sat outside with a glass of ...
... found her chip (after several attempts, it's no longer in her neck but in her side), checked her temperature and listened to her heart. Then listen to her heart again! "I think she has a murmur and it seems it might be enlarged". After finding out what the consequences were and diagrams drawn, we decided to have an X-ray. He could fit us in at 4.30 (unheard of in Britain). So back to Pierre again, this time the dog that ...
... on foot. This afternoon we had a lovely walk around the back of town and saw some lovely old and very modern houses, some seemed like Swiss cottages and we supposed they have a lot of snow in the winter, but today it has been blue skies and about 22c. We also found a vet for Tess's booster vaccination, this should be interesting when we take her in tomorrow, as they don't speak much (if any) English, let's hope her history card & passport ...
Sunday morning was very quiet as we left Arles. Perhaps the locals were still asleep or already at Mass? Our exit was quick and by 11am we were on the awesome Millau Viaduct. The approach from the south just shows the seven huge support towers, but the view from the parking area at the north end was sensational. Soon after Millau we turned ...